The Jewellery Makers
Wandering around Hanoi’s Old Quarter, famed for its '36 old streets. Enoyoing the hustle and bustle of the neigborhood. Dating back more than 1,000 years, the Old Quarter developed as a group of workshops outside of the royal palace.Today, the streets are still grouped by what they sell, with names to match, such as Bat Su (china bowls), Cha Ca (roasted fish), Hang Bac (jewellery), Hang Dau (shoes and sandals), etc. – Hanoi, Vietnam
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